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  • “Now is the prime time for investigative journalism”

    By Evelina Kulp   Anders Eklund, 38, started working as a journalist in October 2006 and has been a specialised Crime Reporter at the daily newspaper Vasabladet since April 2014.   When and how did you start your career? I got a substitute as a reporter at Jakobstads Tidning in…

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  • “If you really want it, you will make it”

    By Vincent Leb   Austrian TV-reporter Jens Lang was one of the first graduates of the study programme “Journalism & Media Management” at The University of Applied Sciences in Vienna back in 2007. A decade later, he still feels passionate about his job and sees a big future for journalism.…

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  • From Typewriters to a Virtual Office

    By Jasmine Wallis   With a rich journalism career dating back three decades, Robin Pascoe, 59, has seen the industry change drastically. After immigrating to the Netherlands from the U.K. and marrying a Dutchman, Robin realised there was a gap in the market for quality Dutch news in English. Founding…

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  • “We are being brainwashed here in Israel”

    Photo of Dor Cohen Emma Wendt “Israelis are on a daily-basis being brainwashed with propaganda from not only the news and society but from their own family members” says Dor Cohen (23), an Israeli 3D animator, currently living in Jerusalem. Cohen fears these strongly propagandized ideologies will lead to narrow-minded…

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  • Hundreds of schools face closures if pupil quota is applied

    Livia Hirsch and Emma Wendt One in seven primary schools across the Netherlands has too few students, according to a new pupil norm introduced this year. This means, over 900 schools face the threat of closure. Wilma de Vries, a mother of two living in Epe, says “Luckily it seems…

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